Women’s health in review: April 2022


A look back at this month’s most popular stories.

Performing an abortion now a felony in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law, making performing an abortion a felony, punishable up to 10 years in prison.

Management of pregnancies resulting from IVF fertilization: Consult #60 visual summary

From SMFM, a visual summary of Consult #60.

Infertility treatments could raise risk of acute kidney injury, heart rhythm disorders

New research suggests pregnancies conceived with assisted reproductive technology were associated with a more than doubling in risk for acute kidney injury.

Clues to the origins of ovarian cancer

Family history assessment, genetic screening are key to prevention.

New frontiers in sexual medicine

Top takeaways from the 2022 International Society of the Study of Women’s Sexual Health conference.

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